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While not as serious as felony charges, misdemeanors are still serious enough to land you in jail and ruin your record. You should consider involving an attorney if accused of or charged with any type of misdemeanor offense – at the very least to better understand your options and legal rights at this important juncture. As a misdemeanor defense lawyer who has more than 20 years of experience, Robin McCarty and the rest of our team can provide the knowledgeable insight and guidance you need.
Attorney McCarty leads our firm with his extensive experience in the field of criminal law, including as a former peace officer and former prosecutor. When it comes to misdemeanor charges, we realize that much is at stake, even though you may be facing relatively minor penalties. Our goal is to ensure your arrest and charges have as small an impact as possible on your life and your future opportunities.
Call (972) 895-7636 today for a free consultation. We serve clients across Ellis County, Tarrant County, and Dallas County.
A misdemeanor is a crime punishable by up to 1 year in county jail. In Texas, misdemeanors are divided into three categories:
Some examples of misdemeanors include:
With misdemeanors, the chances of a defendant avoiding jail time altogether are far greater than for felony offenses. As a skilled defense attorney against misdemeanor charges, Robin McCarty can push for deferred adjudication, alternative sentencing, or a dismissal of your charges altogether to help you avoid the serious consequences of a conviction and jail time.